Chilliwack man pleads guilty to credit card fraud spree

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A Chilliwack, BC man who went on a credit card fraud crime spree earlier this year pleaded guilty to a dozen of the 32 charges he faced.

Gregory Cromarty, 45, appeared in Chilliwack provincial court via video to plead to the 12 charges that included defrauding Home Depot, American Express, Capital 1, as well as forging an Indian Status certificate.

The original charges included: six counts of false pretence; four counts of personation with intent to gain advantage; three counts each of possession of stolen property under $5,000, possess/use stolen credit card, forgery, and identity theft; two counts each of fraud over $5,000, and dealing with identity document without lawful excuse; and one count each of fraud, unauthorized use of credit card data, possess forged document with intent to commit offence, making/possessing forgery instruments, and possession of a controlled substance.

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This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.